High Level of Motivation Acquires Success
When Joe Frazier was heavyweight champion of the world, a journalist asked him, "Why do you box?" Frazier replied, "Because I'm a boxer," and seemed irritated that the interviewer didn't understand. The critic H.L. Mencken said in 1932: "I go on working for the same reason that a hen goes on laying eggs."
<Tab/>Where does this kind of motivation come from? Are people like this trapped by blind instinct or relentless workaholism? Peak performers, supported by their discovery of a place to stand, are doing what they feel best equipped to do and are doing it very well. …
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